Live Music and Entertainment in Glasgow
The SECC Hydro, less than five years old at the time of writing has already played host to a dizzying variety of entertainment and events. Everything from the Commonwealth Games, Ryders Cup and WWE Live to Metallica, Bruno Mars and Fleetwood Mac have played to sell out crowds there.
And of course, let’s not forget about stand up comedy. After all, Billy Conelly, one of the world’s most beloved comedians got his start in Glasgow shipyards. In the months to come, the SECC Hydro will see John Bishop, Chris Rock and Michael Mcintyre hve them rolling in the aisles.
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is the lace for those whoa re more classically inclined although it to has played host to a wide variety of talented performers including BB King, Van Morrison, Ray LaMontagne, The Eels and Debbie Harry.
The Barrowland Ballroom is one of the older venues in the city and is as much a part of the fabric of the city as the docks.
The rock and indie TRNSMT Festival which debuted in 2016 with Radiohead, Kasabian and Biffy Clyro replaces the older but troubled T in the Park. TRNSMT is scheduled for 6 to 8 of July 2018 so watch out on Ticket Selection for tickets nearer the date. .
Celtic Connections, the extremely popular folk festival, occurs every year in the fall and is spread throughout different venues in the city.
Glasgow’s reputation as no mean city was hard-earned in the past, but most visitors to Scotland will find the humor and fun in the population. It’s one of Scotland’s best locations for shows and events, as well as a perfect place for the craic and encountering some of the most memorable characters you’ll ever have the pleasure to meet.